|Type:||White Birch Beer||Comes In:||20 oz plastic bottle|
|Available:||PA, online||Obtained in:||mailorder from Amish Tastes|
i am fairly sure this is the same as the Kutztown Red Birch but without the coloring. the ingredient list even is exactly the same, including the caramel color even, which is obviously not in this one really. i think this because i read it somewhere on the internet tubes and if that stuff is not all factual then i am a monkey’s uncle. actually it is on the Kutztown website itself, strange. as i had that belief, i did not rush to order this but as i am running out of sodas to review now, i have to resort to getting this sort of thing. whatever, don’t judge, you go find 520 sodas and get back to me.
but you know what? this tastes different than the red birch to me. i got some of the red also when i got the white and this one is definitely a little more watered down and bit more minty. i do like the wintergreen mintiness, but the rest of the flavor being lacking and weak makes me mark this lower than i would have hoped. white birches are usually very solid drinks and this one is decent but not quite good enough.
Ingredients:triple-filtered carbonated water, pure cane sugar, caramel color, natural and artificial flavor, citric acid, sodium benzoate (a preservative), yucca extractives and acacia
Anthony’s Rating: 81
User’s Rating: 70
# of ratings:1
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